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Fear lingers in cities
Itís 7 pm on August 14, the eve of Indiaís Independence Day, and there isnít a single seat left to be occupied in New Delhiís Kamani Auditorium. A premier hub of cultural activity in the capital, the auditorium is housing a ballet...  | Read.. 
 
Tanned truths
The perforated pyramid-shaped steel canopies over the three gates to the Calcutta leather complex look futuristic. Inside the ...  | Read.. 
 
The roots of terror
It is the question which every thinking person in Britain is agonising over ó why are an increasing number of young Muslims, ...  | Read.. 
 
A Maybach for Mr Naipaul
Polo princess
Howzzat!
Jewel thief
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
KAN(K) Karan really swing it'
Karan Johar must have popped the champagne corks. Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, his latest movie, has grossed Rs 14 crore overseas and Rs 26 crore in India in the first three days since it was released, according to Vishal Patel, the marketing head ...  | Read.. 
 
box office
Itís money, honey
If Omkara got rave reviews but poor box office collections, the case was just the opposite with Karan Joharís Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. The multi-starcast, mature love story didnít please the press as much as it did the paying public. Some au...  | Read.. 
 
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Foreign hand
Bushed bloggers
Fuzzy picture
SRKís back
Fear lingers in cities